Earlier this month, Google announced that it would begin penalizing websites that did not offer a good mobile experience for smartphone users.
Did you hear? Even Groupon is moving away from the daily deal business.
Imagine yourself walking into a grocery store. The shelves are stocked full of brightly labeled cans and boxes of goods. You gaze in awe at the vast selection of product.
The US government recently released its first progress report since launching its ambitious plan to brand America and grow visitor numbers to the country.
Ask anyone who has worked with a variety of tour and activity operators and they will probably tell you that there are as many ways of doing business as there are operators.
Last week, authorities in the US filed a lawsuit against Wyndham Worldwide, claiming the company and three subsidiaries failed to protect sensitive customer credit card data.
For years we’ve been told that “this year will be the year of mobile”. Unfortunately, for many of us, this tiresome line became mundane and predictable years ago.
Cyber attacks and data breaches are on the rise, with some reports showing that restaurants, retail, and hospitality were top targets for criminals for the fourth year in a row.
There is an ugly truth that very few travel tech companies seem to talk about when they rush out of the gates to satisfy the curiosity of hungry travellers starved for experiences.
In the year following the PhoCusWright report titled When They Get There & Why They Go, I’ve seen an explosion of interest and apparent innovation in the tour and activity space.